Online networking continues to push itself into the forefront of our everyday life. We receive our news updates through Tweets, we engage with our friends through likes and posts, we search for instructions through pins and videos, and we follow people and hashtags that influence our lives…we are spending more and more time online in our personal lives, so, it only makes sense for businesses to leverage the power of online networking to enhance their work.
But – is it possible to stay professional and courteous while improving collaboration through internal social networking platforms? Is there business value to networking this way? Is it all fun and games, or, can the organization benefit from their investment?
Here’s 10 resources that prove social media really does work at work!
This article, Managing and Leveraging Workplace Use of Social Media, is published by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). The article provides an overview or social media for employers and employees, including the use of social media at work and the risks involved in using social media at work.
This journal focuses on digital and social media marketing in all aspects, including topics such as employee advocacy, measurement and analytics for social media and digital marketing and running effective digital campaigns.
This is an international forum that focuses on research and discussion of media, information and communication technologies, and cultural influence of digital communications.
The Journal of Communication is the flagship journal of the International Communication Association. It focuses on all forms of communication research, practice, policy and theory.
This is an official journal of the International Communication Association. The journal focuses on analysis of communication behaviors across many areas, including technology, organizational communication, and mass communication.
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